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Port of Tortola BVI

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Our waterfront port of Tortola BVI welcomes all boating visitors to our cruising waters located in British Virgin Islands in the region of Caribbean Islands. The Virgin Islands are an archipelago comprising hundreds of small islands and cays situated between Puerto Rico and the Leeward Islands. The eastern half is a British dependency, while the western part is US territory. The largest British islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost van Dyke and Anegada, the latter being slightly set apart, while the former are grouped together around the Sir Francis Drake channel. The Virgins are perfect cruising ground - scenically beautiful, with countless bays, coves and anchorages, the waters sheltered from the strong trade winds and ocean swells. The British Virgins are now the largest bareboat charter centre in the world. The BVI uses the American buoyage system, so red buoys mark the starboard side upon approach from the sea.
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jweller001 says on 2014-02-02 18:05:00
The 2014 BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival Yacht Club Challenge is a very exciting event and we thought it might be a fun winter escape for Yacht Club folks who are dreaming of warm, sunny beach... read more
jweller001 says on 2011-02-08 21:19:30   photo
www.PortsByBoat.com welcomes Modern Geographic (www.moderngeographic.com) - where they offer customized captained sailing expeditions. They cover five regions of the Caribbean and can include open-... read more
Drifter says on 2010-12-17 19:31:08
These islands and coves make dreams come true.